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And according to Fiji Commerce Commission CEO Bobby Maharaj, the celebration of the World Competition Day today aimed to enhance productive forces in the market. This, he said, would encourage market players to be innovative and efficient.
While the final price determination of the items came into effect on October 15, the Fiji Commerce Commission said it would be reviewed on a quarterly basis. This was followed by the commission's endeavour to make essential pharmaceutical items
Fiji Commerce Commission chairman Dr Mahendra Reddy said they conducted a detailed analysis of the submission from Fiji Industries Limited and its independent investigation and computations to determine the wholesale bagged and cement price.
An additional 14 cents has been added to the kerosene price, an increase of 16 cents on diesel, an increase of 13 cents on motor spirit and an increase of 10 cents on premix. For LPG gases, the increase noted an additional 96 cents on a 4.5kg
Ropate Valemei Tuesday, September 17, 2013 THE Consumer Council of Fiji registered 10,769 complaints worth $16.3million over the past five and a half years. And it recovered $6.7m by solving 6816 complaints through mediation. Council chief executive
Commissions CEO Bobby Maharaj said prices were only regulated at retail levels across the country. For Fiji Dairy products, the prices are regulated at retail level only. The retail mark-up includes butter by 5 per cent, liquid milk (white packet) by
London School of Economics, will speak on the pressing need that Hindu economy organises, not only for creating wealth but also for promoting economic equity across the world and help underdeveloped countries, and communities. An existential
Commission chairman Dr Mahendra Reddy said a submission would be made to the Minister for Trade and Commerce Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum after the relevant works were done. "The data collection is over and we are in the final stage of analysis," he said.
WAF chief executive Opetaia Ravai says they have discovered illegal sewer connections around Fiji. Ravai said this is a serious matter and they are giving time as well for these illegal customers to connect as soon as possible before the authority
LPG was sold at $1.82 before but taxi operators now have to pay 23 cents more, with effect from last Thursday. FTA general secretary Rishi Ram said the association could not understand why the price of gas in Fiji was not controlled or why the